Disruptive effect of antibiotics on gut flora
Research suggests that the disruption of intestinal microbiota resulting from treatment with antibiotics can lower innate immune defences. To test this hypothesis, Jacqueline Lankelma investigates the effect of the gut microba on innate immune responses during pneumonia and sepsis.
J.M. Lankelma: The Role of the Intestinal Microbiota in Pneumonia and Sepsis.
Prof. T. van der Poll
Dr W.J. Wiersinga
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